Re: Mosquito Control in Outside Water-filled Propagation Trays
- To: lindsey
- Subject: Re: Mosquito Control in Outside Water-filled Propagation Trays
- From: email@example.com (Tim Williams Ext. 5529)
- Date: Mon, 16 Jun 1997 11:17:40 -0500
>Does anyone have any practical advice (based on experience) on how to control
>mosquitos in shallow trays used outside to propagate bog and other
>moisture-loving plants and not "kill" or "damage" the emerging seedlings or
>more established plants.
25 years ago, in my college days, I worked for the City of Virginia Beach
in mosquito control. We raised and released mosquito fish - Gambusia sp?
They were very effective in controlling mosquitos in shallow, seasonally
I have also use common guppies from the pet store. Both fish are effective
if algae and other food is available in addition to larvae. I have seen
Gambusia flourshing and reproducing in water filled ruts in dirt roads.
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